Recreational activities - Tourism and culture

Touristic attractions

Discover our Municipality

Have fun in Saint-Anicet at any time of the year!

Historical and ecological heritage

Centre d’intendance écologique Latreille CIEL

The centre’s main objective is to acquire and preserve territories with ecological value. Its mission is also to protect Saint-Anicet and the Haut-Saint-Laurent’s biodiversity, along with their natural and historical heritage.

You can visit CIEL’s protected territory by booking an appointment.

Contact information

4985 Quesnel Road
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0
Phone and fax: 450 264-5860
Site web

Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha Archeological Site Interpretation Centre

The Archeological site is located at 1800 Leahy Road, in Saint-Anicet, where you can discover the remnants of an Iroquois tribe. Many activities are held during the summer.

Contact information

1800 Leahy Road
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1MO

Seasonal phone number: 450 264-3030
Toll-free seasonal phone number: 1 866 690-3030
Off-season phone number: 450 264-5411
Fax: 450 264-2010

Site web

Société historique de Saint-Anicet

Founded in 1983, the Société historique aims to showcase Saint-Anicet’s historical locations and monuments. You can attend the conferences and exhibitions hosted by the Société.

For more information, please communicate with Mrs. Agate Brisebois.

Contact information


Réserve nationale de faune du lac St-François

Come and observe the biodiversity of the reserve’s wetlands and swamps.

The reserve is located at the end of Fraser point, in Dundee.

Contact information

2531, de la rivière Châteauguay Road N
Ormstown (QC) J0S 1K0

Seasonal phone number: 450 264-5908 (from May to September)
Phone: 450 370-6954


Religious heritage

Saint-Anicet Church

The construction of the church started in 1887 with the benediction of the first stone on May 26, in the presence of the Montreal bishop, Monsiegneur Fabre. Of Roman-Byzantine style, the church was built to serve as a cathedral for the Valleyfield diocese. But history decided otherwise…

Church service is held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9 am to noon.

Contact information

225 de la Fabrique Avenue
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0
Phone: 450 264-205

Sainte-Jeanne D’Arc Chapel

This chapel was a retirement location for priests.

Private property.

Calvin de la Guerre Church

This old Presbyterian chapel was built between 1847 and 1850. A cemetery can be found nearby, in which a majority of the 36 tombstones are still erected. The oldest visible text dates from 1810, long before the village was occupied.

This vestige, which can be seen from the Rivière La Guerre road, is unfortunately not accessible to the public.

Public places

Boat slipways

Located on Avenue de la Fabrique and at the end of Trépanier street.

The boat slipways are free.

Jules-Léger commemorative park

The Jules-Léger Park tells, on descriptive signs, the story of two famous brothers, His Excellency Jules Léger, Governor General of Canada from 1974 to 1979, and His Eminence, the Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger. The site is also complete with a beach, a municipal pier, a picnic area and play units for children. The view of the St. François Lake is breathtaking. The historical park is located next to the childhood home of Jules and Paul-Émile Léger.

Accessible by Route 132, the park is located at the end of Caza Street, in the heart of the Saint-Anicet village.

Génier Park

Wayside park located on Road 132.

Public beach


Outside opening hours, swimming is strictly prohibited.

The public beach is now open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. stay tuned for closures.

Please respect the following by-laws;
Règlement 301
Règlement 301-1

Animals are authorized according to the time laid down by the following by-law:

Alcoholic beverages, fireworks, barbecues and camping are prohibited at Parc Jules-Léger, the municipal wharf and the Municipality’s public beach.

Security officers will also be on site to ensure compliance with the various by-laws.

The public beach is free.

Thank you for your comprehension!

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Golf courses

Club de Golf Saint-Anicet

The Club provides you with two 18-hole competitive courses, a 9-hole course (par 3) and an ultramodern driving range. You also have access to 95 electric golf carts, a reception hall that can host up to 250 people, and a restaurant offering delicious cuisine and a wide range of tables d’hôte.

Contact information

690, Road 132 W
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-3511 or 1 800 361-3145
Fax: 450 264-6996


Maritime attractions

Marina St-Anicet Inc.

The Marina provides mechanical and storage services, along with a boat slipway.

Contact information

196-146th Avenue
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-4673

Port-Lewis Marina

The Marina provides services from certified mechanics. You can also rent a pontoon and fuel up your boat.

Contact information

264 de Planches Road
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0
Phone: 450 264-4030



Auberge et Motels Rod & Gun

The Auberge offers a few bedrooms. Please book in advance.

Contact information

310 de Planches Road
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-5355 or 1-877-264-5355

Le Dauphin Camping

Contact information

2500 Road 132
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-4310


Camping St-Anicet Inc.

Contact information

1850 Road 132
Saint-Anicet (QC) J0S 1M0

Phone: 450 264-2260

Le Mangeoir


6004, Chemin Ridge
Saint-Anicet (Qc) J0S 1L0

Téléphone : 450 264-4593

Discover the Haut-Saint-Laurent

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